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The nature of being a dad in society is changing, but has the holiday dedicated to dad done the same? more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The event, held at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston, brought in 620 people who helped raise a net of over $115,000 for Mentor Rhode Island. The event has, to date, raised over $1 million for the nonprofit. more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Taste of Rhode Island came to the Crowne Plaza in Warwick June 6 featuring tasting samples from 50 of the best food, wine, beer and spirit providers in Rhode Island. Tickets had sold out prior to event. The tasting event, created more
By JEN COWART Since 1963, when Nancy L. Goodwin was named Cranston High School West's first Ideal Cranstonian, the faculty has been selecting a student who, according to CHSW Principal Tom Barbieri, best embodies the characteristics of what we feel is" more
By MERI R. KENNEDY The Lt. Jim Pagano Foundation awarded $7,500 in college scholarships over the last two weeks to five graduating seniors from Cranston West, Cranston East, and the New England Laborers/CPS Construction and Career Academy. Scholarship more
By MERI R. KENNEDY Richard Rodi, president of ClearPoint Builders, Inc., Sustainable Design & Build Specialists, of Cranston, is on the path towards Platinum. For the past three years he has been methodically reconstructing a 110-year-old home on the more
By THOMAS GREENBERG Once Waterman Elementary students discovered Ken Wagner is the commissioner of education for Rhode Island, they suggested he could increase their recess time if he is really in charge of Principal Paul DePalma. It was breakfast, not more
By ETHAN HARTLEY The East Greenwich Animal Protection League (EGAPL) is temporarily under quarantine as its volunteers try to combat an outbreak of parvovirus, a life-threatening illness that affects canines and is especially dangerous for puppies. more
By THOMAS GREENBERG The selection of Ed Brady to complete the term of Ward 4 Councilman Trent Colford has widened a growing gap between the Democrats and Republicans on the Cranston City Council. Ward 1 Democrat councilman Steve Stycos and council more
By JEN COWART On Friday night, the New England Laborers' Cranston Public Schools Construction and Career Academy (NEL/CPS) celebrated the first of the CPS 2018 high school graduates to receive their diplomas, as 32 seniors walked across the stage at Hope more
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